ALS Awareness Month: Finding Hope May 5, 2015

Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS. They don’t know what causes it and there is no cure. When you are told you are dying and the process of dying is awful, there is not much hope in that. Ed Dobson was given 2 to 5 years to live and that was over 13 years ago. Although Ed is now on a feeding tube and needs full time care, he remains full of hope.

May is ALS Awareness month and we are donating 10% of all Ed’s Story proceeds to one of Ed’s favorite ALS related charities, the St. Mary’s Foundation. They provide assistance to ALS patients in need at one of the country’s finest ALS clinics. Please help Ed share his story of hope. Watch It Ain’t Over for free and share it with a friend. Purchase Ed’s Story films today to help Ed’s Story be shared around the world and help a great cause.

Donate to Ed’s Story to help share his message of hope around the world.

I want to help Ed share his message of hope.



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